Colin Ingram


Colin Ingram
Part-time Professor

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Colin Ingram


Colin Ingram practices in the areas of patent prosecution in the electrical/electronics field, and intellectual property litigation.

Mr. Ingram's litigation practice has covered all areas of intellectual property with a particular focus on patent litigation, including pharmaceutical patent litigation. He has experience in both conventional litigation and litigation under the Patented Medicines (Notice of Compliance) Regulations. Mr. Ingram has also been heavily involved in leading Canadian cases on the scope of anti-trust claims relating to the use and acquisition of patent rights. He has appeared as counsel in intellectual property matters before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, the Federal Court of Canada and the Supreme Court of Canada.

Notably Mr. Ingram (together with Steven B. Garland of Smart & Biggar) represented in Inc v Commissioner of Patents, 2010 FC 1011, 2011 FCA 328 in what has become a leading case regarding patentable subject matter, including computer implemented inventions and business methods, in Canada.

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